Sunday, January 29, 2012


According to the 3M website Thinsulate™ 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation is used in your jackets‚ pants‚ gloves‚ hats and boots to help keep you warm when it’s cold outside. The unique microfibers or fine fibers that make up Thinsulate insulation work by trapping air molecules between you and the outside. The more air a material traps in a given space‚ the better it insulates you from the cold outside air. Because the fibers in Thinsulate insulation are finer than the fibers used in most other synthetic or natural insulation‚ they trap more air in less space‚ which naturally makes Thinsulate insulation a better insulator. So we haven’t repealed the laws of nature with our thin insulation; we’ve simply improved them…to help keep you warm.    breathable   moisture-resistant both machine washable and dry-cleanable.

I have some Thinsulate gloves and boots.  But my gloves do not keep my hands warm for long periods, the length of time our early morning dog walks last.  I wonder what I am doing wrong?  The gloves are light and thin just not as warm as I would hope for.


Revenge of the new car!

The car must have been upset with my blog entry about it.  The other day I was either getting in or leaning over to lock the doors; when I smashed my head on the door frame.  I think my older car was much higher or the New Car attacked me!

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